In the tests false positives are meaningful for the less knowledgeable users. The Gecko browsers have been upgraded a lot this year, and po' old SeaMonkey get flagged by Webroot SecureAnywhere . I click the allow button and it's over. It was a false positive, yes, and was it a bother for me, no. The test results are from the test samples and situations. Real life is different. I feel safe with Webroot. Yep! Don't confuse the map with the territory.